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Matt Wagner
313 Wagner, Matt
Matt Wagner  (Writer)
Tarzan comic for Malibu ~ DC: Grendel ~ Batman/Grendel

Art Weatherell
314 Weatherell, Art
Art Weatherell (Artist)
Tarzan for Semic  ~ Wraak Tarzan Comics ~ Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi: Dark Lords of the Sith
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Len Wein
315 Wein, Len
Len Wein  (Writer)
Carson of Venus comics for The Tarzan Family ~ Swamp Thing

316 Weiss, Allan Lee
Allan Weiss  (Artist)
John Carter Comics for Marvel, Pellucidar comic for DC 

317 Wennerberg, Bengt Olof Bengt
Olof Wennerberg Bowen (Artist)
1918
Covers for Maverick, Tomahawk, Thousand and One Night Tarzan comic covers for Europe
comics\tarzan\Bower.jpg Tarzan Comics

318 Werner, Gerd
Gerd Werner  (Artist)
Tarzan novels interiors 

Mark O. WheatleyMark O. Wheatley
319 Wheatley, Mark O.
Mark O. Wheatley  (Artist, Writer, Editor, Publisher)
Unrelated novels 1990s ~ Jonny Quest ~ Titanic Tales (ed.): The Heroes of Edgar Rice Burroughs

Michael Whelan
Whelan, Michael
Michael Whelan (Artist)
Mars Series: Ballantine - Del Rey paperback covers



320 Wildey, Doug
Doug Wildey  (Artist)
02 May 1922 Yonkers, NY - 06 October 1994
Tarzan Comics from Gold Key ~ Jonny Quest ~ The Saint ~ Outlaw Kid


321 Wildschut, George Petrus Wilhelmus
G. Wildschut   (Artist)
23 Feb 1883 Amsterdam, NL - 02 October 1966 Laren (NH)
NL Painter, illustrator Dutch Mars novels
Lexicon van Nederlandse beeldende kunstenaars of P.A. Scheen 1970


All-Story Weekly - September 23, 1916 - The Girl from Farris's 1/4
Williams, C.D.
C.D. Williams (Artist)
All-Story Magazine and Jerry Schneider's ERBville Press: The Girl From Farris's

Dean Williams art: Dark Horse hardcover edition
Williams, Dean
Dean Williams (Artist)
Tarzan: The Lost Adventure ~ Dark Horse edition ~ 1995

Al WilliamsonAl WilliamsonAl WilliamsonAl Williamson
322 Williamson, Alphonsus
Al Williamson  (Artist)
21 March 1931 New York City
Flash Gordon, Secret Agent X-9, Rip Kirby Tarzan Sunday Strips United Feature Syndicate   #924-#926,  Tarzan Comics 1992
NY Cartoonists & Illustrators School
strips\tarzan\AlWilliamson.jpg strips\tarzan\AlWilliamson.JPG Tarzan Mars Novels   Mars Comics
323 Willis, Damon
Damon Willis  (Artist)
Glitterstad Tarzan Comic
George WilsonKorak

324 Wilson, George
George Wilson    (Artist)
1998
Tarzan/Korak  Comic covers for Dell and Gold Key


Marv WolfmanMarv in the ERB, Inc. Offices, Tarzana, CA
325 Wolfman, Marv
Marv Wolfman  (Writer, Colorist)
1946
John Carter stories in the Tarzan Family, Wood, Tatjana Tatjana Wood , Tarzan comics for DC
Wallace Wood

327 Wood, Wally
Wallace Wood   (Artist)
17 June 1927 - Menhaga, Minnesota - 1981
EC: Mad, Weird Science, Weird Fantasy, Flash Gordon, Prince Valiant, Daredevil, T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents, Terry and the Pirate, Galaxy SF, Cavalcade, Witzend and more Tarzan Daily strips Asst/a  Fox, Ziff-Davis, Avon, Charlton, E.C., DC, Marvel, Gold Key, Tower, Self-published Artist
1949 Cartoonist and Illustrators School in New York (Burne Hogarth)
Bill Wray
328 Wray, Bill
Bill Wray  (Inker)
Tarzan Comics for European market
comics\tarzan\wray.jpg comics\tarzan\wray.jpg Tarzan Comics (Inker)

Wrightson, Bernie
Bernie Wrightson (American, b. 1948): was raised in Baltimore Maryland. In 1968, Wrightson became an editorial cartoonist at the Baltimore Sun. Soon afterwards he was offered work by DC Comics and he moved to New York. In 1969, his first professional work was published in House of Mystery #179 and in 1970 his first work for Marvel Comics was published in Chamber of Darkness #7. In 1971, with writer Len Wein, Wrightson co-created Swamp Thing for DC. He left DC in 1974 to work at Warren Publishing, for whose black-and-white horror comics magazines he produced a series of original work as well as adaptations of stories by H. P. Lovecraft and Edgar Allan Poe. From 1976 to 1978 Wrightson, along with Barry Smith, Jeff Jones and Michael W. Kaluta, were partners in a venture known as The Studio. In 1979, the definitive book about Bernie Wrightson, A Look Back, was published. Wrightson spent seven years drawing approximately 50 pen-and-ink illustrations to accompany an edition of Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein, which the artist considers among his most personal work. Wrightson drew the poster for the Stephen King-penned horror film Creepshow, as well as illustrating the comic book adaptation of the film. This led to several other collaborations with King, including illustrations for the novella "Cycle of the Werewolf," the restored edition of King's apocalyptic horror epic, The Stand, and art for the hardcover editions of From a Buick 8 and Dark Tower V. Wrightson has contributed album covers for a number of bands, including Meat Loaf. The "Captain Sternn" segment of the animated film Heavy Metal is based on the character created by Wrightson for his award-winning short comic series of the same name. He's worked on Spider-Man, Batman, and The Punisher, and provided painted covers for the DC comics Nevermore and Toe Tags, among many others. His illustrations attract thousands of fans and have led him to work in film. As a conceptual artist, he has worked on many movies, including Ghostbusters, The Faculty, Galaxy Quest, Spider-Man, George Romero's Land of the Dead, and The Mist. Today, Wrightson works on film designs and on his own pet projects, including comic books, and character designs for animation . 


329 Wyeth, Newell Convers
Newell Convers Wyeth  ~ N.C. Wyeth   (Artist)
22 October 1882 Needham, Massachusetts - 19 October 1945
Treasure Island, The Boy’s King Arthur and Robinson Crusoe


330 Yanagi, Shuji
Shuji Yanagi   (Artist)
Japan

Tom YeatesTom YeatesTom Yeates
331 Yeates II, Thomas
William Thomas Yeates  ~ Tom Yeates  (Artist)
19 January 1955 Sacremento, California
Penciling and inking Swamp Thing for DC Comics, 2 Dragon Lance graphic novels, Penciling and inking the Zorro Daily strips, 2 Univers X specials Tarzan Sunday strip #2687;  Tarzan comics Malibu/Semic: 1992, Darkhorse Comics
Ref: Thomas Yeates
http://www.erbzine.com/mag3/0378.html

332 Zamora, Noly
Noly Zamora   (Artist, Inker)
Korak and John Carter comics for DC ~ JC in Tarzan Family comic ~ Rima, The Jungle Girl ~ Titan A.E Animated Film

Blue Book: January 1935 - Swords of Mars 3/6
Zaula, Ondrek
Ondrek Zaula (or Henry Soulen) (Artist)
Swords of Mars: Blue Book Magazine:  January 1935 cover

333 Zumpano
Zumpano   (Writer, Artist)
Writer of Tarzan Sunday strips #xxxx -#3473


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